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gorgeous. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist ben henley with the forecast. >> i think goldilocks ordered this weather, not too hot, not too cold and not humid. this is from the comcast center. look at the sunshine. sun is getting brighter. no sign of the storms we had yesterday. the radar is completely clear today. today, sunshine 73 degrees. a few scattered high clouds at 7:00. at 10:00, 78 degrees. low 80s at 1:00 with an easterly wind at 8 miles an hour, just enough to keep the atmosphere moving and make it feel much more comfortable today. the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood, when i'm back in ten minutes. find out how the roads are shaping up on this tuesday morning. wednesday morning? i've lost track. >> which day of the week is it? >> it's wednesday. >> as long as the weather is nice, it doesn't matter what day of the week it.
>> we'll go with wednesday, bill. on 95 around girard avenue. we're starting to see volume and a little bit early for that as well. on the southbound side you can still see the 14-minute drive time. on and off in some spots from woodhaven road up towards the vine street expressway. still a 14-minute trip there. out on the schuylkill expressway, we head through the conshohocken curve. all the cars are still green, they're moving. 12 minutes from the blue route up towards the vine street expressway into this center city area. pennsauken new jersey we have a set of traffic lights malfunctioning on route 130 around cove road in both directions. two left lanes are closed and there ill, detours through the area. follow the signs. rush hour begins to get under way out in philadelphia still watching lincoln drive on the northbound side that's blocked due to a downed tree. more drive times and jams coming up. >> thank you, jessica. breaking from overnight, beaten, stabbed, shot and robbed.
philadelphia police are searching for the attackers who did that to a man who is now fighting for his life. matt delucia is live at einstein medical center in olney. walk us through what happened. >> reporter: vai, first off, the victim is still in serious condition, very serious condition according to police. he suffered serious injuries as a result of this attack. it happened just after 11:30 at 6th and somerville streets. the man was found on the sidewalk bleeding heavily from the back and leg. he's a john dough at this point, late 20s, early 30s. he had been shot in the thigh and stabbed in the back. he had puncture marks on his face as well. police transported him to einstein where he underwent immediate surgery. >> he was conscious and told responding officers that he was robbed and assaulted and shot. he said that his watch, his wallet and cell phone were taken
from him by three people. two males and a female. >> reporter: police are still looking for them they were last seen heading east on somerville street. at this point it's still uncertain if this man will survive his injuries. he was undergoing surgery earlier this morning. by the time he got to the e.r. he had already been unconscious. northwest detectives are investigating this case. they say that there were surveillance cameras in this area at the time pointed in the direction of whermç this attack happened. detectives are reviewing those recordings to see if there's anything that can lead them to those three people who attacked this man. matt delucia nbc 10 news. the time is 6:03. 73 degrees outside. a former chester county boarding school teacher is accuse of sexually assaulting one of his students. he's expected in court this morning. matthew scavitto was a teacher, coach and dorm supervisor at the
phelps school in malvern. he was fired from the phelps school after the allegations surfaced. we have new information on a former state prosecutor in delaware who pleaded guilty to raping a 16-year-old boy. yesterday a judge sentenced daniel simmons to 18 month ins prison. simmons and a college student and the teenager had sex last year, police say, after meeting through a social media app. now to the atlantic city casino crisis and another protest planned today. hundreds of union casino workers are expected to demonstrate on the boardwalk at trump taj mahal this afternoon. they want their health insurance and other benefits restored. investor carl icahn stripped workers of those benefits last fall after taking over the debt of the casino's parent company. now an update on the water main break that flooded row homes in west philadelphia on sunday. nbc 10 was there as workers with the city water department assess assessed the damage yesterday. we learned that the department has agreed to pay for electrical
inspections at flooded homes. that's a change from initial information that home owners would have to pay for that. the inspections should be done before peco can turn the power back on. yesterday we saw claims adjusters meeting with home owners the goal being file the proper paperwork to repair or replace damaged cars and other belongings. this morning, the national hurricane center downgraded tropical storm bill to a tropical depression. here's new video into the newsroom near houston. the storm dumped 4 inches of rain in some areas. tornado watches and flash flood warnings in effect. the rain is impacting people in texas with this storm. a record 9 inches of rain fell there last month. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley.
we seem to be having a problem with audio. we'll get back to bill in just a moment. we have first alert traffic warning for some of the area's busiest streets. crews are starting to repave 22 stretches of the most pothole-filled roads in center city. the work will disrupt parking for several weeks. drivers will notice the road will have been milled meaning they have a bumpy, gravel-like surface. speaking of roads, let's get you out to jessica boyington. >> we're looking at 95. sun glare around cottman avenue. we are starting to jam up on the southbound side a little bit.
still only 15 minutes from woodhaven road up towards the vine street expressway. no real problem there. in pennsauken new jersey a set of traffic lights are malfunctioning. two left lanes closed around cove road on route 30. we are watching this closure in philadelphia on lincoln drive on the northbound side. it's blocked at gypsy lane due to a downed tree. take west schoolhouse lane to get by. septa, up to 15 minute delays. no problems for new jersey transit or patco. now your first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> we are in the 60s and 70s this morning. we're seeing plenty of sunshine. that's a live view from center city from the adventure aquarium. sunny skies and 80s this afternoon. no sign of the 90s yesterday and no sign of the high humidity either. much lower at 61%.
bright sunshine in the pocono mountains. it will warm into the 70s. 50s in the mountains. satellite shows a few thin clouds. that's it. the thicker clouds are to the west. this is the wet weather rolling in for our area for tomorrow. for today, the temperatures will be watching warming into the low 80s for allentown, reading and quakertown. bright sunshine just a few high clouds at times. no showers for doylestown trenton and mt. holly. it will be dry at the shore. low 70s this afternoon for atlantic city. inland 82 and vineland and close to 80 degrees for dover. up to 80 for wilmington. a bit warmer drexel hill and 84 in swedes br. the weekend forecast that's going to change. wet weather is moving in. the seven-day forecast when i come back in ten minutes. more information is coming out about what happened before that upstate new york prison escape and the prison guard charged with helping the convicted killers breaking out of
12 minutes past 6:00. authorities now say a security scare that forced workers to evacuate two philadelphia military facilities was not a credible threat. yesterday morning military officials ordered everyone to leave the naval support activity center in northeast philadelphia. and the navy yard in south philadelphia. those officials gave the all-clear just a short time later. many employees of the private
businesses of the navy yard did not leave work with some of them telling us they never heard anything from their bosses. prosecutors saying abdul malik abdul karim wanted to join isis and attack the super bowl. abdul karim is behind bars. the manhunt for richard matt?h@r(t&ho ooking for the pair behind the current 16 square mile near the prison. meanwhile, a prison worker arrested for helping them escape got a visit in jail from his her yesterday. flags across ireland will be
lowered today for the five students that died. investigators are looking into whether the balcony that collapsed was overloaded. 6:14 and 73 degrees outside. later this morning on the "today" show we'll hear more from rachel dolezal, the former nccwp leader who sparked a controversy over racial identity. she spoke with matt lauer yesterday morning and the interview continued with savannah guthrie. her parents she she's caucasian, but dolezal says she identify as black. >> i definitely am not white. nothing about being white describes who i am. so what's the word for it? you know what i mean? the closest thing i can come to
is -- if you're black or white, i'm black. i'm more black than i am white. >> on monday, dolezal stepped down as the naacp's spokane chapter. this has opened up discussion about race and identity. we spoke with dr. james braxton peterson. we talked to him about how a lot of people are comparing the situation to caitlyn jenner. he says caitlyn jenner's transition was authentic, clear and unwavering. this is what he thinks about rachel dolezal. >> i don't think we see the same degree of authenticity. no, i do not think the issues are the same. this is a moment for us to think critically about what rachel dolezal is trying to say about his own identity. >> dr. peterson says someone can't simply say that they identify as black. it's more about life experience. the honey bee is
disappearing and it's happening quickly. now there's a new push by a philadelphia city councilman to save the honey bee. katy zachry is here to explain to us why you should care. it's not just because of honey. good morning, katy. >> reporter: good morning. there are 500,000 bees living on top of this building behind me. they are on the roof and we went up there to give you a bird's eye view of what's going on. we were there with a bee expert and the bees were daisy making honey. breeding bees has become a necessary business. >> if it's not wheat, corn or soy, if you go down the produce aisle, just about everything else is pollinated by bees.
last year, pennsylvania lost more than half its buys to a harsh winter, parasites and people exterminating them. bees are necessary to our existence. they pollinate crops. without them, farms would not survive. curtis jones is pushing legislation preventing exterminators in philadelphia from killing honey bees. >> we should remove them nonlethally. >> just about everything is pollinated by bees. the farmers can't stay in business without them. >> that's good. >> we can't raise our bees away from the effect of pesticides, we don't, you know we also get better tasting honey downtown frankly. >> reporter: and councilman jones hopes i had bee legislation gets passed by the end of the year pep admits the plight of the honey bee doesn't rank up there with school and
city budgets but it affects the way we eat. reporting live in parkside katy zachry, nbc 10 news. the rest of us heading out the door need nbc 10 traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> what we're looking at is in new jersey. things moving along smoothly out on the 42 freeway in runamede. to montgomery county out on 422, the drive times are still okay. starting to creep up just a little bit. nine minutes eastbound from 29 up towards the schuylkill. it's still doing okay no problems as well. out in pennsauken new jersey, we are dealing with a set of traffic lights that are malfunctioning on 130 around cove road, two left lanes are closed on both directions. now your nbc 10 first alert
weather with meteorologist bill henley. skies opened up yesterday at times with storms but today, it is sunshine and blue sky. look at this great view from center city. plenty of sunshine today. we'll be in the 80s this afternoon. we're running cooler this morning, 71 degrees. 3 degrees cooler but the big difference is the humidity thanks to northerly winds at 8 miles an hour. look at that beautiful view from cape may. the beach beckons with temperatures in the 70s this afternoon. still in the 70s this morning at the shore and in philadelphia. look at the 60s, chester springs, 60 degrees. down into the 50s for shenandoah and 50s popping up in chester county. 60s and low 70s in delaware and south jersey millville at 63 degrees right now. we will stay dry today. let me show you what's heading your way tomorrow. this is the wet weather that will likely start us off first thing tomorrow morning. showers and possibly some
thunderstorms. then come sunday bill may be the problem. that's depression bill tropical depression bill still has lots of energy and plenty of moisture. it will march through the eastern half of the u.s. and come our way sunday. for today, though sunshine nice and comfortable, too. the humidity stays low today. but it's back tomorrow with rain that won't be an issue for tonight's game. phillies are back in action really the pleasant evening for a ball game. 7:05 game time. by 10:00, 71 degrees with clouds rolling in. those clouds that roll in later in the game those are coming ahead of the showers and possibly thunderstorms for tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon will be cooler with the clouds. then we get a break in the wet weather and the temperatures right back up into the upper 80s, closer to 90 friday afternoon. saturday 84 with clouds and sunshine. it's sunday that's going to turn hotter with the remnants of tropical storm bill coming into
play for sunday and the heat and humidity stays into early next week. time is 6:21. we want to tell you about free money, yes, free. nbc 10 and nbc universal are giving away money to local nonprofits in a project called 21st century solutions. the goal is to support nonprofits implementing new and innovative solutions to make our communities better. the application is on nbc10.com and the deadline is july 3rd. an usual catch by a fisherman and a picture snapped in north wildwood has beachgoers talking and is igniting shark fears. and a central pennsylvania man is struck by lightning not once but twice and lives to tell about it.
morning. if you made outdoor plans today, keep them. bill henley says it's going to be nice and we take a live look at the delaware river, bill will be along with his first alert forecast in just a moment. they don't know what killed it but it was bitten by something really big. that's what wildlife officials are saying about a half eaten dolphin found at the new jersey shore. we want to warn you, some may find this picture disturbing. a fisherman reeled this in saturday morning. the marine mammal center says the dolphin most like lily died before being bitten. jim laney, he was hit by a bolt last friday for a second time. he was not far from state college. he said he saw a flash and woke
up an hour later with a burning sensation on his belly. he felt that same sensation after being struck by lightning while showering at home six years ago. he considers himself pretty lucky. instead of going past the church, maybe i should go in it. >> the odds of being struck by lightning are fun in a million in any given year. and good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we are on route 202 right now where we're battling sun glare right around the schuylkill expressway. also we're seeing sun glare on the schuylkill, different parts of 95. we check in with new jersey in just a few minutes. we send it over to bill henley to get a check on today's forecast. looking good outside, jessica. bright sunshine that sunshine will stay with us through the day and the temperatures that are in the 60s and 70s right now with less humid conditions will warm into the 80s this afternoon.
that's a sunny view from the pocono mountains which is headed for the 70s. robbed and left for dead. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in philadelphia's olney neighborhood with detail on a brutal attack overnight. matt? >> that victim is in extremely critical condition here at einstein medical center this morning. what he was able to tell police before losing consciousness. i'll have that, next. this is a man philadelphia police need your help to find. he's accused of stealing cabs to commit more crimes. new jersey's supreme court has spoken but teachers and school employees still fear for their futures. because rather than solving the pension crisis the court says politicians can continue to ignore it. that's just wrong. teachers and school employees
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this morning, police are searching for this man accused of stealing 12 philadelphia cabs and using them in holdups and shootings. and we're getting a break from the heat and storms. it is a clear and comfortable morning out there. take a live look at the comcast tower. good morning and welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. 71 degrees outside. you're right, the humidity is way down. let's get an update with meteorologist bill henley. >> after the storms rolled through, the dry air pushes into the area and it's still with us 24 morning this morning. a nice sunny view from cape may, warming into the 70s today. it's already in the 70s in cape may. inland areas are seeing cooler temperatures. philadelphia at 71. coatesville 66, 65 at wrightstown. 60s in roxborough at 67 degrees.
the delaware river trail 173 at this hour. the sunshine warms us up high clouds at times. mainly just a nice comfortable, almost summer day. a few days left until springtime comes to an end. 82 at 2:00. the chance of showers out of the picture today but it's not that far away. i'll show you what's ahead when i come back in ten minutes. right now, let's find out how the roads are faring on this wednesday morning. jessica boyington in the first alert traffic center. >> we're starting to pick up volume in different spots. on the schuylkill expressway jams on the montgomery drive. the vine street expressway expressway up toward the blue route, 13 minutes. on and off slow in different spots. out in pennsauken new jersey we're dealing with a set of traffic lights out and malfunctioning due to an earlier accident. on route 130, two left lanes
closed. be prepared to follow police activity on the scene there. lincoln drive northbound in philadelphia is still blocked due to a downed tree at gypsy lane. take west schoolhouse lane to get by. we're dealing with up to 15-minute delays. no problems for new jersey transit or patco. more drive comes coming up. breaking news from overnight, brutal attack. a man is fighting for his life after he was robbed stabbed and shot in philadelphia. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at einstein medical center in olney olney, not far from when the attack happened. >> reporter: we have been in contact with police throughout the morning. they're not sure if he's going to survive. he's in extremely critical condition here in einstein medical center. this happened just after 11:30 at 6th and somerville streets. philadelphia police say they got a 911 call for shots fired in
that area. they get there, find this man lying on the sidewalk, bleeding from the back and leg. he had been stabbed in the back and shot in the thigh. the officers put him in their car and rush him to einstein. police are hoping that witnesses in that area will be of help. he was able to tell police he was robbed by two men and a woman. >> we have witnesses that witnessed the assault and robbery and also the shooting. they're being interviewed by northwest detectives at this time. >> reporter: detectives did find surveillance cameras in that area. the detectives say they'll be reviewing those as the day progresses sat manhunt continue ses as the manhunt continues this morning. this morning, police are looking for a robber who dressed as a construction worker to
commit crimes in gloucester and camden counties. these still pictures show him, police say he held up a rite aid in logan township last month. they say he robbed another rite aid on monday. this one haddon avenue haddonfield. the robber cacrjacked a priest before making his getaway. >> i'm scared that it happened this close to my residence, especially having two young kids at home. >> no one was hurt. the robber got away with prescription drugs in both cases. from our delaware bureau a former nfl cheerleader faces up to 15 years in prison aftered a asubmitting she had sex with a 15-year-old boy. molliey shattuck pleaded guilty to rape yesterday. she's a former baltimore ravens cheerleader. 6:35. philadelphia police are warning people to be safe when taking a cab because a suspect has stolen
a dozen taxis. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at southwest detectives in west philadelphia. monique, tell us more about the investigation to catch this person. >> reporter: this is the time of morning that cabs are being stolen according to police from west and southwest philadelphia. of the 12 taken so far, police tell us two have been used allegedly in the commission of crimes. investigators released this video with hopes people will recognize the individual caught on camera. monday morning, three males robbed someone at gun point in 4,000 block of westminster. one week ago there was a shooting at 41st and og done. in both cases, the cabs have been found. they have the logo 215 get a cab. if you're about to take one within look for the rear-facing certificate that's posted on the glass that separates you from the driver. also ask for the driver'ser is
certificate. >> these are 2007 to 2009. because of use of keys and ignition all the time, the ignition gets warn out. the number of teeth that engages the ignition wear out. you can pretty much use any ford type key. >> investigators tell us the person is disabling the gps. they also say the person of interest that you saw in the videotape has some knowledge of taxi cab operations. now, we're currently near for a shift change right now. so in just minutes, the men will be back out on the street looking for the person stealing the cab. live now from southwest detectives, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. with meteorologist bill henley. >> 6:37. 71 degrees. the sun is up. it's been up for a little over an hour right now. we'll see brilliant sunshine. there are a few high clouds.
you can see them behind the comcast center in center city. the humidity is way down. 61%. so much more comfortable. if you look close, you can see the flags blowing. that's the dry air that's going to keep us so much more comfortable during the day today. the satellite shows we are in the clear. look behind me. the clouds to our west. that's the storm system that will come in tomorrow and tomorrow morning, umbrellas will be going up. there's also a chance of thunderstorms right now. heavy rainfall has moved into western ohio. it will take some time for this to move into our area. tomorrow will be stormy at some point. 76 degrees for mt. pocono the high temperature there. 83 in allentown and reading. sunshine completely dry. much more comfortable for doylestown trenton and mt. holly. along the coast line 70s today. a little bit cooler for atlantic city, 73 degrees, inland near 80
at dover and into the low 80s for vineland. get ready for sunshine, for westchester, drexel hill and swedesboro. if you're taking advantage of the nice weather for the ball game tonight, phillies are playing the orioles at 7:05. nice and comfortable, 77 degrees. by the end of the game a few more clouds around and 71 degrees. those are the clouds that will start to bring us showers tomorrow morning. the seven-day forecast with the timing and a look at your weekend when i come back in ten. >> ah the weekend. okay, bill, see you then. 6:39 right now. no question philadelphia mayor michael nutter is a busy man but he took the time to stop and help a teenage driver in distress. >> a viewer sent us this picture. her daughter and friends were on their way to the airport when they got a flat tire on mlk drive, stranding them. mayor michael nutter saw them
and p eed over he tells nbc 10 they wanted to make sure they were okay. >> she was in the process of calling aaa. i wanted to make sure their car was protected by a police vehicle. we stayed for a while, stayed in touch with the police. >> you're not going to believe who stopped to help us when they got a flat tire. they're fine. hopefully enjoying vacation. >> jessica, give us a report. >> hopefully he can give me a call if there's anything going on. on 95 around aramingo avenue a disabled truck over to the shoulder right here. in total, drive time 95 southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway, about after hand hour. starting to see slow speeds on the schuylkill expressway heading eastbound into the center city area. we're watching a multivehicle
accident on 422 eastbound between 23 and 202. there's two left lanes blocked. one lane is squeezing by at that point. a 7-year-old little girl watches as her mother is killed right in front of her. [ gunshots ] >> the jersey shore murder that happened in broad daylight at an intersection. >> i felt it on my leg. and then i saw it once it attacked my arm. >> and teern attacked by a shark shark. his will to live, very strong.
6:45. happening today, a community in delaware county will honor a volunteer firefighter who helped save the life of a baseball umpire. they will present a hero black to michael berczinski. he was playing ballast week when the umpire collapsed behind home plate. he rushed in to give the umpire cpr. the paramedics got there with a defibrillator. the family two of victims of a deadly food truck explosion in philadelphia is suing the truck supplier. the explosion happened last july when propane tanks on the back
of the truck ignited. food truck owner and her daughter were killed. a lawyer for the family claims the blast would not have happened if u-haul had properly inspected the tank. a u-haul spokesperson responded calling what happened sad and unfortunate but the company says it does not comment on pending litigation litigation. if you're planning on going to see the pope celebrate mass on the ben franklin parkway in september, take a comfortable pair of shoe. mayor michael nutter said yesterday be prepared to work for miles. they released early plans on how to get around while pope francis is in center city. regional rail will require special pass but septa will only open 31 of the 240 train stations during the two days the pope is in town. meaning you'll be doing a lot of walking. >> we've been still asking questions about how the elderly
and disabled will get around and how the bike share program will be used as well as which roads will be closed. the mayor says there will be more meetings throughout the summer to discussion those issues. nbc 10's chris cato will be there every step of the way. tune in for his live reports starting this weekend as the city of brotherly love gets ready for what may be its biggest event ever. an officer is being held on $2 million bail many monmouth county. experts say he murdered his wife while off duty all in front of their young daughter. [ gunshots ] >> authorities say those shots came from phillip sidle's weapons and were aimed at his ex-wife. the couple's 7-year-old daughter was in the officer's car and saw the whole thing. >> he shot the lady through the
car, like three times. >> police rescued the girl and took sidle into custody after a 30-minute standoff. the authorities say the newly divorced couple had been arguing over custody of their nine children. in north carolina a teenager says he is keeping his spirits up after recovering from a shark attack that cost him his harm. hunter treschl was bit by a shark on sunday. doctors had to amputate his left arm below the shoulder. the attack happened about 09 minutes after a 12-year-old girl lost her arm to a shark nearby. hunter who is in stable condition said he is determined to move on from this. listen. >> out of those two, there's one i would choose to do that's try to fight and live a normal life with the cards i've been dealt. >> the girl who had her arm severed by a shark is also listed in stable condition. very brave, those two young
people. let's head to new york for a look at what's ahead on the "today" show. >> we get a preview from matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> hi, guys. >> millions of people from texas to ohio on high alert this morning because of tropical storm bill. that storm is expected to bring even more rain today. al's still in texas. he's got it covered. and the federal investigation into possible high-tech cheating by the st. louis cardinals. did some employees hack into a rival team's computers? bob kostiss cass -- bob costas is in our studios. and rachel dolezal. and an elementary school principal wanted to help others with a selfless act. it's a great story. that and much more here on
"today." vai and tracey back to you. >> nice job, matt. nice show and tell. >> it was fun. >> we'll see you at 7:00. thanks. >> all right. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> ten minutes before 7:00. we have sunshine 71 degrees. and the humidity that's been so high lately is taking a break. look at this nice sunny view from the comcast center in center city. three degrees cooler at philadelphia international. the big change is the humidity which will run lower throughout the day. mainly sunshine, a few scattered clouds, it's into the 50s in the mountains bull will warm into the 70s. look at the change in the temperature. the 60s for horsham, chester springs is 06 degrees while coatesville is down to 59. blue bell at 66 degrees. we'll find 60s and 70s in delaware and south jersey. a warmup today but nowhere near
the level we saw yesterday afternoon. the radar completely clear for now. tomorrow better enjoy the sunshine today. this is what's going to be moving in. it starts moving in first thing tomorrow morning. this weekend, well, you heard about bill a tropical depression now a tropical storm. it still has winds of 35 miles around hour. the wind is not the big problem. it's all of this moisture. that will be marching across the eastern half of the u.s. sunday. we could see that moisture in our area coming down with rain and some thunderstorms. today, it's sunshine and so much more comfortable than yesterday. highs in the 80s this afternoon. cooler tomorrow, thanks to the rain. rain in the morning, showers possibly thunderstorms and mostly cloudy in the afternoon, 79 degrees on thursday. it warms up to near 90 on friday, saturday a bit more comfortable, high of 84 after a morning low of 61 degrees. here comes the wet weather for sunday. 87 the high after a morning low of 71 degrees.
as those showers move out for monday, the temperatures move you up to 92. 6:51. i guess if you have to sit in traffic, it's a nice day, you can roll the windows down. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has that. >> approaching an accident scene on 422, multivehicle accident. between 29 and the schuylkill expressway, still a 16-minute drive time. that's approaching the scene right there. a major backup. this is our cameras, around 23. police activity on the scene as well. hatboro, there's an accident you can watch out for while trafing through. in new jersey pennsauken an earlier accident now turned into a traffic light malfunction at cove road. two left lanes are closed. police activity on the scene there as well.
vai? >> thank you. yes, sir jessica. a man is nearly beaten to death on the streets of philadelphia. >> reporter: police are still trying to find the three people who committed this brutal crime. what we learned about the investigation. i'll have that, next. i'm nbc 10's monique brax torn live outside southwest detectives where police have some information to lead them to the person stealing cabs. i'll have that after the break.
new jersey's supreme court has spoken but teachers and school employees still fear for their futures. because rather than solving the pension crisis the court says politicians can continue to ignore it. that's just wrong. teachers and school employees have paid billions into their pensions. but the state has failed. the legislature can fix what governor christie has broken - ... before it ends up costing billions more. it's time for fiscal responsibility.
condition after being beaten robbed, shot and stabbed over night around 11:30 last night. philadelphia police say they found the man on the sidewalk bleeding. he was shot in the leg and stabbed in the back. he had punch turture wounds on his face as well. the man was able to tell officers that two men and a woman robbed him taking his watch, wallet and cell phone. detectives will be reviewing inging surveillance cameras. live in olney, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. i'm monique braxton, live outside southwest detectives where a shift change is under way as philadelphia police prepare for an intense manhunt for the person stealing cabs in southwest and west philadelphia. of the dozen taxis taken, two of them were allegedly used in the commission of crimes. investigators released this
video with hopes that someone will recognize the individual who was caught on camera. in both cases, the cabs have been found. now, the cabs are former 2007 to 2009 models that are retired police cars. police tell us the ignitions have warn out so the person clearly knows what they're doing. key. police believe the suspect also has some knowledge of taxi cab operations. we'll stay on top of this investigation and keep you posted. live now in southwest philadelphia, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. and jessica boyington with your first alert traffic this morning. we're out on the schuylkill expressway right now, around 30th street where we have a disabled vehicle. the cam are is doomed in but it's on the eastbound side. now a 19-minute drive time from the blue route to the vine street expressway. a multivehicle accident tieing things up on 422 eastbound between route 23 and 202 which
is normally about a seven 0 are eight-minute drive time. hatboro, accident by south new street. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> bright sunshine, sun glare may be an issue as you're heading out the door. look at the flags, though, the wind started yesterday afternoon, shifted and that's the dry air that started moving into the area last night. you can really feel the difference this morning. so much more comfortable. 60s and 70s to start out. 72 at philadelphia international. 71 in wilmington and northeast philadelphia at the airport. 65 in wrightstown and 60s for now in roxborough, but it will warm into the 80s this afternoon. sunny skies today. like yesterday, the humidity stays nice and low. that bright sunshine, 79 degrees at 11:00. by 2:00 this afternoon, 82 degrees.
>> we will take it. that's perfect. >> where are you going, vai? >> no. >> he doesn't have a chair. i offered my chair to jessica. >> bye guys. >> "today" show is up next. good morning. under water -- 33 million people under a flash flood watch today from texas to ohio. cars submerged, roads turned into rivers as tropical depression bill moves north. al roker is tracking the storm's path. foul play? the fbi investigating the card falls, the number one team in baseball over allegations they hacked into a rival team's computers. could the organization face federal charges? what does it say about america's past time? bob costas weighs in. survivor. the 16-year-old who lost his arm after coming face to face with a shark this week opens up about that horrific